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層流ファンの流体力学的特性に関する研究 [第1報;円板枚数,円板間隔およびシュラウドすきまの影響]

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Title: 層流ファンの流体力学的特性に関する研究 [第1報;円板枚数,円板間隔およびシュラウドすきまの影響]
Other Titles: Fluid Dynamic Characteristics of a Laminar Flow Fan (1st Report, Effects of the Number of Disks, the Clearance between Casing Wall and the Front Shroud, and the Distance of the Two Disks)
Authors: 児玉, 好雄 / 林, 秀千人 / 葉山, 賢司 / 深野, 徹
Authors (alternative): Kodama, Yoshio / Hayashi, Hidechito / Hayama, Kenji / Fukano, Tohru
Issue Date: 25-Oct-1989
Publisher: 日本機械学会
Citation: 日本機械学會論文集. B編 55(518) p.3096-3101 1989
Abstract: The effects of three design parameters, the number of disks, the clearance between casing wall and front shroud and the distance of two disks on fluid dynamic characteristics, of a laminar flow fan were experimentally investigated over a wide range of fan flow rates, and were discussed in relation to the measured velocity field at the outlet of the rotor. The pressure head was analyti-cally derived, and the results show that the fluid dynamic characteristics were improved by in-creasing the number of disks and by reducing the clearance between casing wall and the front shroud. The agreement between the predicted and the experimental results of the pressure head is satisfactory if the experimentally determined value of K_m was used.
Keywords: Fluid Machine / Rotating Disk / Distance of Two Disks / Clearance between Casing Wall and Front Shroud / Fluid Dynamic Characteristics
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/6703
ISSN: 03875016
Type: Journal Article
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